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    What's The best of Book about Linux


    I want to Buy Book About Linux, Can you Tell me?

    What's Name? and How much?($)

    I need to buy only one Book

    Please help me.

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    forum.guy
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    There really is no "best" book for everyone, so each person has to decide what book is best for him/herself.

    Running Linux, published by O'Reilly is considered a very popular Linux book, though. Prices for it can vary so do some web searches before buying. It might even be available as an online ebook if you are interested in that.
    oz

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    I refuse to let fear and fear of others rule my life. It puts my humanity at risk.
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    Linux Book

    The Linux Cookbook, Carla Schroder, O'Reilly Press 2005

    Very practical for newer user with solid examples and links to online resources.

    Plus, Carla is a great supporter of Linux community projects.

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    Linux Bible, Wiley Pub.

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    I really liked "Linux Solutions" done by PC Magazine.

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    Lung, I posted a book for you above, but note that while hard copy books are very nice to have in front of you, they tend to go out of date rather quickly so I personally prefer to learn about Linux from hands on experience, and from all the various online documentation that is available.

    Hope it all works out well for you whichever route you should take.
    oz

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    I have found "Google" to be my best book, Since im a n00bie.

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    Since this post is about Linux reading resources, I figure I should include these free downloadable magazines.

    Full Circle Magazine
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